The Jalopy Journal
1939 Packards were the first cars off the assembly line to have air conditioning. So, I suspect, A/C is definitely traditional.
You are an excellent metal smith. I can only wish I could do the work I see here.[IMG]
Keith at Alan Grove was very helpful. I forgot to mention in my original post that I also have power steering. No problem, according to Keith....
Wow. Thank you all! I thought I was a goner.
Is there anyone with a small block chevy with a short water pump AND ALSO A/C? If so, how did you do it?
I own a '35 PJ businessman's coupe, meaning it has a trunk but no rumble seat. Many gear heads assume my coupe is chopped, but it's not.
Oh, well. So, what's the price of tea in China nowadays?
For a man who has so many irons in the fire, including wife, kids, school, and work, it's fantastic that you're helping build a a personal dream...
Your positive attitude to transforming a "hunk of junk" into what it has become is truly mind bending. Great job.
Very impressive metal work.
"Down to the 50's?" That's T-shirt weather in Wisconsin.
We're being advised by weather folks that snow is on the way this coming Thursday. So, it's nice to see that car on the road. I like the color.
No doubt about it, Fleetlines are extremely cool.
Absolutely a beautiful car.
Really nice looking '40. The chop is perfect. So, too, is the car's color.
Thanks for the pix and vids. They're much appreciated. Plus, living in Wisconsin, I'm envious as all get out.
40's-50's Buicks are so cool.
Unbelievably beautiful--Any car guy's dream car.
I am thankful what all you HAMB'rs wrote. I shall be more mindful of: "Safety First." Thanks again.
Regarding your picture with the ladies, what car are you writing about? Just kidding, of course. Excellent Kustom.
My car in the Avatar to the left is a '52 Styleline Deluxe 2-door sedan. Your rear quarter windows are smaller and. the interior is less...
I'm for keeping the engine and attending swap meets where I'm certain you'll find Tennessee-go-fast parts for that straight eight. If you join...
Your '36 Ford coupe looks fantastic. The trunk lid is similar to my '35 Plymouth coupe. Difficult to get things in and out. I have to be very,...
I agree with you. Very, very nice looking car.
"alteredpilot, post: 6393606, member: 2491"]This car absolutely falls into the mild custom...
A true beauty. What a car.
Fantabulous. It lights my fire.
You are one great father. Job well done, and good for you plus your daughter. Her car deserves the trophy.
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